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Old 26th Feb 2021, 9:37 am   #1
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Default Sony PVM20M2E Convergence setup and Calibration

Hi All

I have a Sony PVM20M2E which I have re-capped. I am now having issues trying to setup to convergence using the convergence rings and magnetic strips.

I have tried a number of times but cant seem to get the colours lined up as they should be. I am using this TV/Monitor for retro gaming, and have used the 240p Test Suite to try and get the convergence setup, but cant seem to do it.

I get frustrated everytime i try and have come to the conclusion that setting up the convergence is out of my scope.

Is anyone able to do this service, or know of anyone who can?

Many Thanks

Chris
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Old 28th Feb 2021, 3:17 am   #2
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Default Re: Sony PVM20M2E Convergence setup and Calibration

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Hi All

I have a Sony PVM20M2E which I have re-capped. I am now having issues trying to setup to convergence using the convergence rings and magnetic strips.

I have tried a number of times but cant seem to get the colours lined up as they should be. I am using this TV/Monitor for retro gaming, and have used the 240p Test Suite to try and get the convergence setup, but cant seem to do it.

I get frustrated everytime i try and have come to the conclusion that setting up the convergence is out of my scope.

Is anyone able to do this service, or know of anyone who can?

Many Thanks

Chris

Hi there,

I might be able to help you with your convergence issue. Was the convergence ok before the recap?

Iím based in Guilford and would be happy to take a look at this.
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Old 28th Feb 2021, 9:51 am   #3
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Hi All

I have a Sony PVM20M2E which I have re-capped. I am now having issues trying to setup to convergence using the convergence rings and magnetic strips.

I have tried a number of times but cant seem to get the colours lined up as they should be. I am using this TV/Monitor for retro gaming, and have used the 240p Test Suite to try and get the convergence setup, but cant seem to do it.

I get frustrated everytime i try and have come to the conclusion that setting up the convergence is out of my scope.

Is anyone able to do this service, or know of anyone who can?

Many Thanks

Chris

Hi there,

I might be able to help you with your convergence issue. Was the convergence ok before the recap?

Iím based in Guilford and would be happy to take a look at this.
The convergence was ok before the recap, but it was the tiniest bit off.

I seem to be able to get 2 of the RGB colours lined up ok, but then trying to get the third seems impossible.

Im currently isolating due to being infected with covid at the minute, but yeah when thats all done with if you are happy to take a look that would be great.
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